Read on to find out what Black History Month means to our amazing residents and faculty! Erine Raybon-Rojas, MD Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program Director Director of Diversity & Inclusion for GME. Director of MICU Rotation, Critical CareBorn in Illinois; lived in Georgia since the age of four. As a black physician, I take […]Read More »
Residents and Faculty Reflect on Black History Month
Happy Lunar New Year!
The year of the Rabbit! Being gentle natured, curious and high spirited, the Rabbit represents longevity, peace, prosperity and hope — all things we are hopeful for this year! The Lunar New Year is a momentous annual event practiced by billions of individuals throughout the world. Here at Northeast Georgia Medical Center, we are grateful […]Read More »
Residents Connect through Food and Culture
Henry Colorado, MD, PGY-1, Internal Medicine Resident I was born in Bogota, Colombia and came to the U.S. when I was three years old. Growing up, food was an important aspect of our family dynamic; it was how we built a strong relationship within ourselves as well as with our Hispanic community. At an early […]Read More »